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On-Demand Manufacturing Services in Australia

KARV Automation is a leading company that brings in advanced manufacturing in Australia to cater to all designing & production requirements. We offer end-to-end Industry 4.0 production solutions to help companies grow at pace. From on-demand production for custom parts to preparing custom CAD designs, and precise reverse engineering, KARV simplifies manufacturing.

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3D Printing Technology We Use at KARV Automation

KARV automation brings in the entire range of 3d printing solutions to cater to your all requirements. Following are some of the popular 3d printing technologies:

FDM 3D Printing

Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM)

The additive manufacturing technique known as fused deposition modeling (FDM) is well-known for its efficiency, precision, and affordability. To manufacture an end-product, FDM machines accurately extrude melted material, and FDM-based parts can be produced in just one day. Of all the 3D printing processes, FDM offers the widest array of colors and production-grade thermoplastics. Materials can be heat-resistant ULTEM, high-performance polycarbonate, or general-purpose ABS or ASA.

Polyjet 3D Printing

PolyJet Printing

An industrial 3D printing technology called PolyJet can create complicated parts with sophisticated geometries and multi-material models with dynamic features in one day. There are different hardnesses that are suitable for parts with elastomeric properties, including gaskets, seals, and enclosures. Small droplets of fluid photopolymer solution are blasted onto a construction platform by several jets during the jetting process used by PolyJet, where they cure in layers to create elastomeric parts.

MJF 3D Printing

Multi Jet Fusion (MJF)

Using an industrial AM technique called MJF, functioning nylon prototypes & final production parts can be quickly and effectively created. When compared to methods like SLS, final products have better surface finishes, finer feature resolution, and more consistent mechanical characteristics. Numerous Jet Fusion machines selectively spread fusing and texturing agents over a bed of nylon dust, which is fused into a firm functional component by heating elements in thousands of layers.

Stereolithography (SLA) 3D Printing

Stereolithography (SLA)

An industrial 3D printing technique called stereolithography (SLA) can produce complicated parts with sophisticated geometry, cosmetic prototypes, concept models in one day. SLA allows for a huge variety of materials, incredibly high detail resolutions, and high-quality surface finishes. Some widely employed SLA printing materials are acuura25, ABS resin plastic, and white soft resin.

SLS 3D Printing

Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)

A commercial 3D printing technique called selective laser sintering (SLS) may create accurate prototypes and usable production parts in as little as one day. When using the SLS additive manufacturing process, zero support structures are necessary, making it simple to nest many components into a single build and a cost-effective solution for situations requiring higher numbers of 3D-printed parts.

DMLS 3D Printing

Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS)

A completely functional metal prototype & production part can be created using the DMLS method of industrial 3D printing. A variety of metals are used to create finished products that can be used for specific purposes. Metal 3D printing is widely used for developing in production-grade materials, creating complex geometries and functional parts & reducing the number of metal components in an assembly.

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KARV Automation offers its worldwide outsourcing services across multiple industries with a shorter turnaround time. Opt for our robust digital manufacturing services to boost your business. We also have advanced setups in India & China to offer off-shore services. Outsource your manufacturing to us at lower cost without compromising quality. We take full responsibility for your project till the delivery in your motherland. Get in touch with us to know more about digital manufacturing services, including 3d printing in Australia.

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    Industrial Applications of SLA 3D Printing

    Using an industrial AM technique called MJF, functioning nylon prototypes & final production parts can be quickly and effectively created. When compared to methods like SLS, final products have better surface finishes, finer feature resolution, and more consistent mechanical characteristics. Numerous Jet Fusion machines selectively spread fusing and texturing agents over a bed of nylon dust, which is fused into a firm functional component by heating elements in thousands of layers.

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